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No. 4 New Mexico Travels to Houston for Hall of Fame Invitational
Courtesy: New Mexico Athletics  
Release:  03/16/2005
Courtesy: New Mexico Athletics

March 16, 2005

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The No. 4 University of New Mexico men's golf team will look to rebound at the Hall of Fame Invitational played on Mar. 18-20. The Lobos join a 19-team field with six top-25 teams. The Invitational takes place at the Redstone Golf Course, home of the PGA Shell Open. Live stats of the Hall of Fame Invitational will be available on www.golfstat.com.

OPENING DRIVE: The University of New Mexico men's golf team will travel to the Hall of Fame Invitational this weekend in Houston, Texas. The three day tournament will take place on Mar. 18-20, with 18-holes played each day.

THE COURSE: The Hall of Fame Invitational will be played at the home of the PGA Shell Open the Redstone Golf Club.

RESULTS: The results can be found on the University of New Mexico website at www.golobos.com and live scoring can be followed at www.golfstat.com.

THE FIELD: The field for the Hall of Fame Invitational has all 7 teams ranked in the top-25 of the Golfweek Sagarin Performance Index, including UNM. Teams participating in the tournament followed by thier rankings in parantheses are: Arizona (30), Houston, Oklahoma, South Carolina-Aiken, UNLV (6), Arkansas, Kentucky (21), Penn State, TCU (11), Vanderbilt (38), Cal, Purdue (29), Texas (25), Wake Forest (5), Oklahoma State (1), Gustavus Adolphus C., Rice and Texas A&M (41).

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